• 18 February 2009
I love blogging to classical music at night. It's just enough of a distraction, without clouding my mind. My thoughts flow in a way they couldn't during the day and the beautiful combination of strings and piano make me feel calm and peaceful inside.
I'm a huge fan of the French composer Claude Debussy, hence my Debussy-loaded playlist. However, I'm in serious need of branching out and for whatever reason my memory is failing me and I can't remember all the specific pieces I love (there was a particularly compelling Chopin Nocturne I can't for the life of me remember).
I'm hoping you'll share your favorite pieces with me so I can diversify my current list...
Arabesque 1 - Debussy
Gymnopedie No.3 - Erik Satie
Nocturne - Debussy
Reverie - Debussy
Clair de Lune - Debussy
Passepied - Debussy
P.S. If you are also a Satie fan and visit Normandy at some point, make sure you stop by the Maison Satie in Honfleur. The town is absolutely lovely and this small museum provides an atypical museum experience you'll truly enjoy.
image of Claude Debussy & Co. in 1893 via wikipedia commons